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good morning. breaking overnight. prosecutors interview the ex-girlfriend of the copilot accused of crashing the passenger plane into the alps. >> terrifying collapse. a firefighter falls through the roof of a burning garage setting off a race against time to pull him out. a dramatic scene caught on camera. how he is fighting for his life this morning. >> "today" exclusive. raffaele sollecito and why he has no reason to speak to knox again? >> we're want to be detached
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from this bond. >> and the final four is set. we will talk basketball. duke and michigan join kentucky and wisconsin in one of the most exciting ends to march madness. >> announcer: from nbc news this is "today" with matt lauer and savannah guthrie live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. >> good morning and welcome to "today." matt has the morning off and my bracket is in tatters. in shreds. >> arizona wildcats go down to wisconsin and saturday night what we call an instant classic. you are right, the brackets have been busted. >> because of them wearing the jersey they would have a jersey. >> sadly it didn't work.
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we will have more on march madness in a moment. the investigation into the tragic plane crash in the french alps and what they are revealing about the copilot. good morning to you. >> good morning, sa van a. they confirmed they have dna from about half the victims. they are going to match it up from the dna from family members and waiting before there is positive identifications. they are still looking for one black box although according to reports, the other is revealing chilling details of what it was like inside that plane during the final moments. >> in the alps, the recovery is slow and arduous. workers dropped in by helicopter helicopters, each collecting pieces of debris and parts of bodies. the work as trying as the
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investigation into the man who they say caused it all. seen here flying a glider. the country's biggest tabloid said they obtained a timeline from the plane's final minutes. 10:01, the flight started normally and the captain apologizing for the delay. reaching the cruising altitude they said to prepare for landing. moments later, the sound of him pushing his chair back. the door clicked shut. 10:32, air traffic control calls and no answer. the captain bangs on the door and said for god's sake open the door. passengers scream in the background. alarm bells sound. 10 time 37 the captain yells open the damn door. inside the cockpit, only steady breathing until 10:40 until the sound of a scraping of a wing on the mountain top.
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the audio cuts out. nbc news has not independently veerified the timeline and they will not confirm or deny it. in germany, more reports of his medical issues. was it depression or a vision problem and more rumors about his personal life. no answers. no official motive to what could have gone so wrong to the 27-year-old who friends say loved the sky. as for the medical issues, vision problems were bad enough to put a wrench in his career if not stop it all together. they are looking into all of that. the press is reporting that french investigators have not yet talked to lube its's parents, but they put german investigators that are taking place in germany and said they interviewed close family members as well as a female companion and they wouldn't say who. >> at the airlines headquarters.
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>> the growing debate over a controversial law that critics call anti-gay. critics say it permits businesses among other things to refuse service to same-sex couples on religious grounds. gabe gutierrez is in indianapolis on this. >> supporters stress it's meant to protect businesses and individuals from government sbrrchs. we are expecting to hear about new efforts to clarify the law's intent. >> the new backlash against the freedom restoration act. >> we are not going to change the law, okay? >> fighting back against critic who is say it legalizes discrimination and he calls opposition shameless rhetoric but hinted their might be room for clarification. >> if they cent me a bill that
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reiterates and clarify what the law is, i'm open to that. >> he and others point out there similar laws protecting freedom in 19 other states -- >> i have not seen any credible evidence that people will be discriminated against. >> indiana is getting more attention because it does not have a state-wide nondiscrimination law that protects people no matter their sexual orientation. that could allow businesses to deny service to gay people. they promise to examine the implications of the bill and how it might affect future events. it shred under the boycott indian a. charles barkley and miley cyrus slammed the law. the highest profile openly gay ceo in the country said it's not a political issue or religious issue, this is about how we
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treat each other as human beings. businesses are declaring they welcome everyone. >> the president of indiana's chamber of commerce called the law unnecessary. the ceo of angie's list announced they are putting plans of a $40 million expansion on hold. many business leaders feel this is unwanted attention,specially ahead of the final four here this weekend. will and savannah? >> thanks. >> tense negotiations aimed at avoiding iran from developing nuclear weapons and they are rejecting a key part of the deal. the chief correspondent is following the talks from switzerland. what is the latest you are hearing?
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>> iran is backing away from one part of the proposed agreement. time is running out. >> no answers with the countries negotiating with iran. tehran balked at one element of the deal. raising questions about whether un inspectors would see warning signs if iran cheated. a year before tehran can produce a nuclear bomb a key promise. >> they have been pushing so that the inspections can be more intrusive and get places quicker. they are required to provide more information about the nuclear activities. >> they have been working around the clock to find ways around this and other problems.
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>> the secretary of state with iraq. fresh air with another long day and uncertain out come. if he gets a deal he has to sell it back home. >> it's time to ask ourselves is it time to trust the people we are negotiating with. >> i had serious doubts over the last year and i still do. we have the regime that never kept the word about anyone. >> the officials say there other ways to deal with the problem of iran's atomic stockpile. as we say, time is running out and this will require other compromises and the russian foreign minster only arrived late last night and this is another sign things may not be going well. >> the knock is ticking.
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thank you very much. >> a terrible story out of florida. >> we have breaking news to start off. eight people were killed and ten injured when their van crashed in florida about 80 miles west of west palm beach. officials say the van passed through a stop sign and careened across all lanes of traffic and ended up crashing into a steep partially water-filled canal. the driver and seven passengers were confirmed dead and ten other people taken to the hospital. now to unbelievable video out of california. a firefighter is in critical condition this morning after he fell through a roof of a burning garage on sunday afternoon. the whole thing was caught on camera. this cell phone video captured the moment on sunday afternoon when a firefighter walking on top of a burping garage in fresno california plunged through the roof while trying to ventilate the building. as he fell a blaze of fire caused them to scream in horror.
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>> it was scary. >> for took three minutes to pull him from the garage. the 25 year veteran suffered burns on the hands, face, back and legs. over 65% of his body. 40% suffering third-degree burns. >> once they got the firefighter out of the garage we removed his clothes and doused him with water. he was burned from head to toe. >> after the accident firefighters immediately followed their colleague to the hospital praying for his survivor. >> his family brothers and sisters as you can see rally around each other and are very supportive. >> our thoughts are with the firefighter and his family. they described the fatal
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injuries to two people. the defense will take over not with the goal of acquittal and rather to spare him from execution. three people were kill and 260 injured when two bombs exploded near the marathon finish line nearly two years ago. now to the worsening crisis in yemen. they agreed to form a combined military force with iranian influence in that region. they began bombing on thursday and arab leaders say it won't stop until they withdraw and surrender their weapons, accepteding in. >> thousands of jet blue passengers were delayed this morning in tampa, boston and orlando. passengers were issued written boarding passes and the system is now back up and running. and man overboard.
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look at this video. a pro surfer jumping off a boat. as a massive wave crashed in california take a look at the left of your screen. that's 33-year-old mark healey who is a part-time stunned man because he didn't feel like getting smashed around like an ice cube in a shaker. they managed to pluck him out of the water. he said it's the best wave he ever caught. >> a pro surfer has that reaction. >> i know. >> he's okay. incredible video. >> you have a look at the weather? >> snow showers out there and boston getting snow this weekend. nine weekends in a row boston has gotten snow. hopefully we can break that this weekend. making the way to upstate new york. showers are just about done and another clipper behind that. the meantime by the end of the
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day, 51 degrees. partly sunny. on into tomorrow from texas back into alabama. strong winds and for wednesday, from min all the way down into the risk of strong storms as well
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good morning i'm meteorologist bill henley. a damp start with rain and snow showers, and we could see more rain showers around midday. then we'll clear out with gusty winds. temperatures in the middle to upper 50s today. and tomorrow a dry start, 35 in the morning. and 56 in the afternoon. you'll need your umbrella again tomorrow. showers will be moving through tuesday, but then time for sunglasses for wednesday and thursday. a warmer thursday into the 60s. then the rain is back on friday drying out this weekend. have a great day. >> and that's your latest weather. >> thank you very much. the controversy over hillary clinton's e-mails is back in the headlines amid new revelations she wiped them clean from her server. here's peter alexander. >> with hillary clinton expected to make her 2016 bid official in a few weeks, republicans are still seizing on the issue of her personal e-mail. >> we need a nominee who will bring this up in the general
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election. >> the chairman of the house committee investigating the benghazi attack she purged all of her e-mails. in a statement he said clinton unilaterally decided to wipe her server clean. they said even nixon didn't destroy the tapes. a clinton spokes person said the former secretary of state is turning over 55,000 changes of work-related documents was in keeping with the letter of the law adding clinton would like her e-mails made public as soon as possible and he is ready and willing to come to a hearing. now one of her opponents said it's time for new leadership. >> the president of the united states is not a crown to be passed between two families. >> the questions over e-mails are still not going away. peter alexander, nbc news washington. >> meantime busy weekend for
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basketball fans. hey, carson. >> hey, savannah. a cute picture of vail with the arizona wildcats. >> vail in happier times. >> it's good to remember this. arizona lost to wisconsin. the final four is set. we have kentucky playing wisconsin and we will take on duke. michigan state had the big story and how they pulled off the overtime win. they are the only non-number one seed left. let's go through and celebrate on the court in east lansing. i don't know why. did you understand this? bagels? hundreds gathering and 10 arrests. what are you in for? throwing bagels. even msu police saying what's with the bagels? no clear answer on that. let us know using the hash tag.
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the banker bracket took a turn. even sa van a. you were on top. >> the badgers happened. >> leading the charge there. let us know what you were thinking. looks like the badgers so far. taking the upset. i had notre dame too. >> what a game that was. >> i didn't lose any bets. that's it. >> glued to our hands. >> on wisconsin. >> on wisconsin. coming up we dig into the headlines more. raffaele sollecito and what he is saying about amanda knox. >> a study might give working parents peace of mind. first, this is "today" on nbc.
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good morning i'm vai sikahema. we have a little bit of everything out there in the weather. here's the first alert forecast with bill henley. good morning, bill. everything but sunshine. but we'll see clouds and be tracking rain and snow. snow showers rolled through center city. and much of the rest of the area, while it's rain farther to the south, the showers are still producing some snowflakes in portions of gloucester camden and into burlington counties. farther to the south, it's just rain. temperatures are in the 30s. you may find a dusting of snow in parts of new jersey on the cars on the colder surfaces for the roads, but they should be fine. gusty winds will clear things out after midday showers with temperatures climbing into the
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middle to upper 50s. thank you, bill. first alert traffic reporter christine maddela is keeping an eye on the roads for us. good morning christine. good morning. it's a slow go on the portions of the schuylkill expressway this morning and same thing goes for 95. seeing a look at the drive times out there, you'll see a slowdown with a red light on 95 southbound from woodhaven road to the vine street expressway to take you 28 minutes. 38 minutes from the schuylkill to the vine. 29 minutes approaching the schuylkill. this morning delaware county authorities expect to file charges in the shooting of an off-duty upper darby police officer. mark hudson was shot and killed with his service resofrl on saturday. investigators questioned his girlfriend there at the time of the shooting. the police chief says she was supposed to be arraigned on charges overnight stemming from a previous domestic incident. more news coming up in the next half hour. see you then.
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. we are back at 7:30 monday morning, the 30th of march, 2015. that was one of the big surprises at the i heart music awards. taylor swift joining madonna. that guitar is bigger than taylor. >> she is a giant. >> we will have all the highlights in a few. >> no matter how big of a star you are, that has to be a thrill. >> german prosecutors have talked to the ex-girlfriend of the german wings copilot, focusing on his mental state as
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they try to figure out what drove him to intentionally crash the plane into the alps. >> i busy day at the marathon bombing trial. it will be the defense's turn to start presenting its case. >> next weekend's final four set in the men's tournament. duke against michigan state and undefeated kentucky takes on a good wisconsin team on saturday. >> coming up do you believe as easter week gets under way, the power of prayer. does it really work? looking forward to this conversation of faith and science. >> we will have that all week. a "today" exclusive for you tomorrow. a new york city commuter train slammed into an suv killing six people including a mother of three whose car ended up on the tracks. matt sits down to talk about how they are coming to terms with what happened that day. >> we want to begin with al. march is ending like a lion or a lamb?
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>> very lioness. not a lamb, that's for sure. who would want to be like a lamb? i digress. the jet stream up to the north and west. palm springs with a record of 98 and fresno 89. they will probably break records. the warmth will spread east and cool off in the pacific northwest, but on tuesday kansas city is 75. 19 degrees above average. dallas only 81. here in the east same old story. temperatures below normal. new york city just about normal and tuesday it cools off with colder air and the clipper system. temperature from 5 to 15 good morning, i'm meteorologist bill henley. a damp start. we have seen rain and snow showers.
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we could see more rain showers around midday. then it will clear out with gusty winds. temperatures in the middle to upper 50s today. tomorrow, a dry start, 35 in the morning. and 56 in the afternoon. you'll need your umbrella again tomorrow. showers will be moving through tuesday, but then time for sunglasses for wednesday and thursday. warmer on thursday into the 60s. then the rain is back on friday drying out this weekend. have a great day. >> don't forget to get your weather any time you need on weather.com online. >> thank you very much and now to an exclusive. raffaele sollecito's interview since he and amanda knox were acquitted of murder. kelly, good morning to you. what did he have to say? >> reporter: good morning, savannah. he talked about a range of issues. before meeting with reporters and the short press conference we sat down on one and he talked about the relationship with a
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mappeda knox and the future and that stunning verdict friday night. for the first time since he and amanda knox were cleared of murder, raffaele sollecito were acquitted, what did you think? >> there were really no words. it was great. >> celebration after a 7 1/2 year legal fight. sollecito was 24 when they were arrested interrogated and tried for murdering meredith kercher. he turned 31. >> seven years is kind of a big part of your life. i'm getting used to that. even little things like hey, smile. you have your life. >> thousands of miles away at amanda knox's hometown of seattle, there were cheers. >> i'm incredibly grateful for
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what happened for justice i received. >> i'm happy for her. i really, really believe in her innocence. i feel that now justice has been done. >> knox and sollecito were only dating a few days before the murder. he hasn't spoken to her in over a year. >> it took me psychologically down. i don't want it. i just want to be detached from this kind of bond. >> the drifter and small time drug dealer is serving time for kercher's murder. the kercher family said they were surprised by the judge's ruling. >> i'm innocent. there is nothing that links me to the murder. i'm surprised that they are surprised. >> you are known as amanda knox's -- >> ex-boyfriend. >> what do you want to be known
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as? >> i prefer to be known as revialrev raffaele sollecito who is moving on with his life. >> he said she slowly starting to feel free. >> a different air. it smells fresh. >> sollecito spent about years in prison and could sue for wrongful detention. knox looks forward to coming back to italy and reportedly may write a book here. so will the two meet again? sollecito said he is not thinking about that right now. he said he always wanted to go to japan and finally is going to make that trip. >> kelly is in rome for us. a long road that finally ended for both of them. >> coming up next worried you are not spending enough time with your kids? the results of a new study that
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demands that the job keeps them away from their kids. what kids and their others actually need. they take the conventional wisdom that turns them on their head. >> two beliefs. the more time mothers spend with their kids the more successful the kids will be. time spent with mom is better than time spent with anyone else. angie goff is a mother of two. >> i feel like i'm up against the clock. if i'm gone for a week i come back and i say oh, my goodness they have grown another foot. >> they conclude she may not need to worry about. there is no relationship between the time spent with children ages 3 to 11 and success in life. >> when i'm at work i feel guilt all the time. it's something a lot of working
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moms feel torn between. we are more than just our children. we have identities and jobs and passions outside of our household. >> success the researchers say is far more dependent than the mom's education level. mothers today are spenting more engaged time with their children than in the 70s. that's with more mothers in the workforce. >> moms had to be guilty and we are putting so much pressure on ourselves to be with our children as much as possible. >> stress in general could actually lead to a negative impact on children. if mom gets home tired and anxious and feeling guilty. it looks at adolescence as well and concludes time spent with parents can keep a teen focused and out of trouble. it mentions the experience of
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mealtime. food for thought with the family on the run. they are not saying mothers don't matter but how the relationship matters. perhaps that means a little less guilt and a few more family dinners. >> children are more successful or they ventured. that doesn't mean do they go to a good school? >> it's academic behavioral and emotional. >> that's what they are looking at. >> you have to be around as much. every free emptyminute i have i feel like we have to be with our kids. >> sometimes it may be too much with our parents. >> that's why dinner is a great time. >> thank you. >> thanks a lot. >> coming up next a performance that stole the show at the i heart music awards.
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more from the i heart radio music awards. >> taylor twist cleans house. >> taylor swift may have played second fiddle to madonna, strumming the guitar during her new single ghost town. swift was front and center as the night's big winner taking home three trophies at awards. >> i hope any of the fans who are watching how much i adore you. >> other winners included grammy favorite sam smith taking home best new artist. and jesse jay, arianna grandy and nicky minaj for best collaboration and it kicked off with the performance of trouble. nick jonas continued covered in
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chains singing his song of the same name. superstar rihanna took the stage by helicopter to perform her new single. the show also had what many thought was a sour note. >> we have bruce jenner here. >> host jamie fox joking about tv star bruce jenner's reported sex change. >> he is doing a his and her duet all by himself. >> the backlash was immediate. >> but justin timberlake stole the spotlight accepting the award and offering this advice. >> i'm here to tell you, your critics do not count. their words will fade. you won't. >> jacob rascon, nbc news los angeles. >> nice speech from jt. it was a big night for music. today could mark big changes in the streaming before midnight.
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jay z tweeted out this. the tides they are a changing. it has been trending in reference to jay z's new launch of another big business this time in the streaming music service called tidal. it is said to provide high fidelity quality sound. it will be expertly curated. several artists are changing their profiles to teal in support of his venture. he will speak to provide more details on how tidal will compete with the other streaming services out there. at the website, there is a countdown of nine hours and 13 minutes to see what tidal is all about. >> is it supposed to be like a spotify or one of those? >> it works on all the platforms? >> how much time do we have? >> a bunch of laptops. follow along. >> the story is jay z. arenas and now in the streaming
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good morning. i'm vai sikahema. just before 8:00, we'll get our first alert forecast with bill henley this morning. bill? vai, we have seen rain and snow this morning. and still tracking them through delaware and new jersey. just cloudy skies with rain and snow coming to an end. we have seen both in philadelphia this morning. right now it's new jersey that's seeing a mix of rain and snow farther to the south. it's rain but burlington county, that's some steady snow coming through the browns mills area. the temperature right now, 36 degrees in philadelphia. it's a chilly start, but with sunshine this afternoon in spite of gusty winds, temperatures are headed for the 50s. thank you, bill. we'll check on the roadways with christine maddela in the traffic center. >> hey vai. we just saw an accident clear a
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few seconds ago on 95 southbound in delaware county near melrose avenue. it's stacked up in this area as is several parts of the area. so you can expect delays there. and the red light is also on 422. and a warehouse fire causes problems for septa since saturday but they say the manayunk regional rail line is back to normal. construction crews demolished an unsafe wall near the tracks but riders could still see delays. and federal investigators are expected back on the scene of a deadly plane crash where a single engine piper plane went down in goshen county yesterday. the faa and the ntsb are trying to figure out why the plane crashed right after takeoff. two men aboard died. we'll have another update in 25 minutes. now back to the "today" show. see you then.
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believe in the power of prayer? >> i think about my life in general. >> i feel secure. >> does science now support what millions of faithful have believed for years? >> need help around the house? >> i have no clue how to do that. i don't want to drop my tv. >> from mounting a to yard work. a new search that brings home deliver tow a new level. and craig, daniel craig. >> it's one of the biggest they have ever done. >> we get a sneak peek behind the newest bond film, this march
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30th 2015. >> love to australians back home. >> all the way from louisiana to new york city. >> from new york to wisconsin. >> can i get a weekend of you for my birthday. >> hi, al. i waited 5 1/2 years to meet you. >> 8:00 on this monday morning, the 30th of march, 2015. a little bit chilly. i think we have this rolling spring break crowd. a lot of folks here so excited.
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>> let's begin with a check of the top stories. >> police in germany question a female friend of a copilot who crashed that plane into the alps last week. katie is in german we the latest for us. good morning. >> good morning, tamron. we don't know if it's a female current or ex-girlfriend. they have been able to collect dna from about half the victims. they will match that to the dna collected from family members. they are a ways off from positively identifying anyone. the second black box proved to be as difficult as to what was going on in his mind when he allegedly crashed the plane. they found the doctor's notes
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torn up in the trash, but they don't know what kind of illness he was suffering from. there were reports of depression or vision problems that were serious enough that it could end his career. they will take all this into account to figure out as much as they can of who he was. there were reports citing the other black box, the cockpit voice recorder that perports to detail what it was like inside that plane in the final minutes where you hear him shut the door and the captain banging on the door and the passengers screaming as they hurtle towards the mountain. they have a big task to piece together all of this information to figure out who he was and whether or not they can stop anything like this from happening in the future. tamron? >> thank you very much. fallout over a law that allows businesses to discriminate
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against gay people. on sunday they said if lawmakers sent him a bill he will consider it. they have no plans to change the law. amanda knox's former boyfriend is speaking out. they served four years in an italian prison after the murder of a british exchange student. they sat down to discuss friday's stunning acquittal. >> i just want to be detached from this kind of bond. >> there unconfirmed reports knox will return to italy to seek compensation for her wrongful conviction. >> attorneys for robin williams's wife and children battle over the latest comedian's estate. they are fighting over his clothes and personal items from the home he shared with his wife susan.
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claims the children took the items without her permission. they said she is trying to change the trust agreement. he died in august and the coroner ruled it a suicide. >> tom brady's facebook page exploded over the take of being a dare devil. it happened while he was on vacation. he posted the splash down never doing that again. fans went crazy. some questioning his judgment with more than 20,000 comments on brady's facebook page and counting. 8:05. let's get another check of the weather with al. >> today's weather brought to you by chicos. shop the must have fashions at chico's and chico's.com. what is haley strong?
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>> she suffered a major heart attack and had undergone four surgeries and was not doing well and thankfully she opened her eyes. >> that's great. hope everything turns out. let's show you what's going on right now. you can see kansas city has great weather. looking for nice weather today. we have a flood risk from springfield to evansville. it's river flooding that will be a big problem. ice jam is the problem. we have a bend in the lift from all of a sudden that goes all bunched together. they overflow the banks. we will be watching that. wet weather into the southeast.
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and rip currents in southern california. be careful. a lot of folks good morning, i'm meteorologist bill henley. a damp start. we've seen rain and snow showers. we could see some more rain showers around midday then we'll clear out with gusty winds. temperatures in the middle to up 50s today. tomorrow a dry start, 35 in the morning and 56 in the afternoon. you'll need your umbrella again tomorrow. showers will be moving through tuesday, but then time for sunglasses for wednesday and thursday. warmer thursday into the 60s and then the rain is back on friday drying out this weekend. have a great day. >> i guess i don't have a character. i will walk over here. >> we know this al. >> here you go. >> thank you so much. coming up next moldy food straight into the trash, right? that should not be your first
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[ male announcer ] take zzzquil and sleep like... the kids went to nana's house... for the whole weekend! [ snoring ] [ male announcer ] zzzquil, the non habit forming sleep aid that helps you sleep easily and wake refreshed. because sleep is a beautiful thing. . >> time for what's trending today. we all love a good selfie around here. can we agree that selfies at tragic scenes never will be a good idea? this is getting a lot of attention. there was this fiery explosion in new york city's village. rescuers were here searching for victims and believe it or not,
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some on lookers stopped and posed for selfies. they even used a selfie stick to get a better angle and the young woman who flashed a peace sign and she is apologizing calling her actions careless and 'tis tasteful. it's a good reminder i think when people do that and later see what they did, they are sorry and i think i have sympathy for those who are splashed all over the papers but should not have done that obviously. >> you don't want to crucify people, but i see this at ground and people posing for pictures. that's a holy site. >> their first thought at a concert is i have to prove to myself that iowa is here. now they grow up and they are in other places.
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it might be helpful. >> maybe do you this already, but is it actually okay to eat moldy food? >> no. >> no. >> depends on the food. >> the surprising answer is yes. one expert said for most foods, all you have to do is cut away the moldy part like hard fruits and veggies. also firm cheeses. other foods you should toss. those include soft fruits and vegetables like grapes bacon, bread, left overs and jellies. i think i have an early sampling of no no no. >> meat, no. pretty much just cheese. a hard cheese. hard cheese. >> a firm cheese. that's it.
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>> i admit the thought crossed my mind in desperation. what if i just cutoff that section of the cheese? >> there might be a couple of cost sides. >> it looks okay. >> factually. >> you can do mold even though you don't see it. >> get your microscope out. we will have video that proves a 4-year-old girl who wanted a slushy at 3:00 in the morning. she left her house and caught a bus all by herself. let's roll this. this is surveillance from the bus in pennsylvania. riders were stunned when they saw this 4-year-old climbing aboard. as soon as he saw, the bus driver pulled over and the parents came and picked her up. amazing to see. this is 3:00 or 4:00 in the morning. she put her coat on. she is a very responsible little girl. >> sheer money. >> she knew where to go.
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>> she didn't go out in her pajamas. a lot of questions. >> and they were open? >> i don't know. >> in case you missed it duane johnson hosted snl, his fourth time. in one sketch a recall of a frustrated president obama meeting with a few stubborn members of congress and finally reaches his breaking point. >> you made barack obama very angry. when you make him angry you turn him into the rock obama. >> . >> you invite netanyahu without
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asking? >> i did. >> maybe you should go visit. >> duane johnson is good at hosting that show. the reason he has been asked back three times. >> breaking news and fans of the daily show. we know who will replace jon stewart. his name is trevor noah. trevor noah. there he is. i think it's fair to say he is not well-known. he is a south african comedian and only been on it like three appearances. >> i feel bad having to google it. he is relatively unknown. >> the history of big shoes to fill. >> no expectations and he may be curious about it. >> congratulations.
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>> that is trending today. >> what about a plumber or someone to hang your tv. starting "today," you can do just that. a first look at the retailer's new home services. good morning. what will amazon think of next? >> me about it. trying to find someone to install an appliance or furniture can be an adventure and a pain. they are hoping to make the process a lot easier. >> brown just moved into this new apartment. even though the place needs furniture, his first priority is finding someone to hang his tv. >> i had no clue how to mount a tv. >> he hired joe winters and found joe the same way he found the tv. on amazon. >> he had the highest rating and figured he would do a good job. >> he owns one of the businesses
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to test the new home services feature that launches nationwide today. type in a service and check it off the to do list. >> plumbers and electrician. from goat grazing to a yoga aerobics. >> they estimate home services is a $630 billion a year industry. >> we are trying to make it as easy to buy a service as a physical product. >> how does it work? >> when the customer places a service, it goes through the mobile device. this allows me to stay out in the field. >> amazon gets a percentage but for small businesses the allure less time waste and access to less customers. >> working with an amazon is it's a potentially huge audience of people who you haven't reached yet. the downside is if the customer's loyaltiy is to amazon
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and not to you, you are finding lots of installers and they can switch to them. this means jumping into an nash is challenging to others. >> a lot of different internet companies see that as a huge potential area but it's tough because you have to be familiar with the needs of the individual comedians. >> they said they only open doors to top rated businesses. >> every individual person is background checked and we bet they have the highest quality. >> he seems happy with the job. >> stand up. they are rate for more.
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>> amazon said they will keep atting new services and businesses. the goal is millions of offers by the end of the year. you can order a suit or a dress and a 30-minute piano lesson if you want. >> we are all amazoned out. >> with easter on sunday and passover friday, we are kicking off a series we are calling do you believe. >> each day we will talk about faith and spirituality. this morning, does prayer work? >> according to the do you believe survey more than half said they do pray and 70% do it every day. jenna bush haeger has more on this. do you consider yourself spiritual?
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is there science behind the? these are the best and brightest kid who is had a lot to say about brief. >> we had a problem. >> i feel spiritual when i am meditating. >> i pray to got and thank god for everything. >> prayer is an ancient practice that stands the test of time. >> a deep spirituality is an important part of their lives. modern science has taken notice. lisa miller spend over a decade researching the impact of religion and spirituality. >> we have maps of the human brain and what we can see in red are the regions of the brain where there is a thicker cortex in people with a strong personal
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spirituality. >> the cortex is associated with iq the thicker, the quarter. the thinner cortex is associated with depression and alzheimer's. who benefits the most? kids. they are 40% less likely to abuse substances and 60% more likely to be depressed as teens. if they have faith or are spiritual. miller said prayer plays a role. >> so do you think prayer works? >> prayer is really the cornerstone of spirituality in many people. everyone has their own word for the higher power. it could be alla god, the universe. a type of personal relationship to the higher power is more protected against mental health problems and suffering than anything known to the medical or social sciences. >> where is there a sense of sacred. >> the doctor hosts spirituality workshops and invited kids to
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talk about their beliefs. >> it's like a friendship. >> i had the opportunity to sit down with the same group. >> how important is your religion to you? >> most of us pray five times a day. it doesn't matter what i do. when it am cans time to pray i have to take a couple of minutes and thank god. >> raise your hands if you can be spiritual and not religious. >> i am spiritual, but i don't consider myself religious. >> i meditate and i speak to god and i don't know if i believe in god. it's spiritual, but not organized. >> something that's hard to describe for you? >> prayer is not a part of my life. >> i just meditate whenever i
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need help. >> you asked to be baptitized. >> you have always wanted to be baptized baptized. >> you said prayer helped you through tough things at school. >> i used to get bullied a lot because my parents are separated. i feel like he would talk back and give me advise and i would use it. >> what do you think god wants for you? >> he wants me to be happy and wants the best. >> whether talking to got or finding spirituality modern day scientists have prove of something ancestors may have always known. prayer can help kids. >> they reminded me why i'm here. >> i usually think about my life in general. >> i feel secure. >> when i pray i pray to god.
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>> these kids were so brave. it's not that easy to talk about religious and prayer in particular but they were so eloquent about it. that makes me think you can be too. do you guys pray? >> whether for meditation or giving up the university. it's rooted in that act of taking a second and slowing down and getting oust yourself and giving others. saying the lord's prayer. >> prayer is important to me and what i loved seeing is the science backs that up. it's wonderful to see what the faithful thought.
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>> seeing as something gn monday morning, i'm tracy davidson. let's get your first alert forecast from meteorologist bill menially. >> tracy we're tracking some wet weather. rain has arrived in cape may but at the jersey shore not everybody is seeing rain. there are some spots of snow. atlantic city getting rainfall, but look to the north and that snow falling just north of tom's river in long branch that snow came through philadelphia. we're dry in philadelphia now but there are more showers moving through central pennsylvania. i'm expecting those around midday. now let's get you updated on your ride to work with a check of traffic with christine maddela. >> 95 near melrose avenue here
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the northbound side an earlier accident is contributing to some delays out here so be careful if you're heading northbound on 95. southbound from wood haven road to the vine street expressway is going to take you 42 months. 26-year-old mark hudson was shot and killed with his service revolver on saturday. investigators questioned hudson's girlfriend who was there at the time. the police chief tells us she was supposed to be arraigned on charges stemming from a previous domestic incident. we are still waiting for confirmation on that. i'm tracy davidson. we'll have another local update in 25 minutes and you can always get the latest news and weather with our nbc 10 app, it's a free download from the app store. now back to the "today" show. thanks for watching. have a great day.
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it is 8:30 on a monday morning, the 30th of march, 2015. what a great crowd we have here. s in yes, they are still bundled up. where is spring on a chilly morning in. >> out west it's fantastic. >> great for them out west but we are cold here. >> it's going to stay cold. it starts to get more mild towards the end of the week.
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>> just ahead this morning from grills to gutter the five things you ought to spend extra cash on this spring. >> plus i woke up like this. not really. someone looks adorable. the beauty secrets behind flawless no make up look and how to achieve it. it's the big celebrity trend. the key is to making that happen. carson is going up to hug people. >> carson is like i'm out. >> we will show these folks down here. this would be nice. your rolling spring break. where are you guys from? >> michigan and wales. >> i like that. that's nice. let's show you what we have going on. much above normal for the 2:3 of
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the country. wet weather through the gulf coast. it gets wet for the eastern half of the u.s. above normal in the mid-plains into the central plains. more rain around the great lakes and above normal from the northern plains into the southwest. as we spin around and show everybody, that's what's going on around good morning, i'm meteorologist bill henley a damp start. we've seen rain and snow showers. we could see more rain showers around midday then we'll clear out with gusty winds. temperatures in the middle to upper 50s today. tomorrow a dry start, 35 in the morning and 56 in the afternoon. you'll need your umbrella again tomorrow. showers will be moving through tuesday, but then time for sunglasses for wednesday and thursday. warmer thursday into the 60s and then the rain is back on friday,
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drying out this weekend. have a great day. >> where did everybody go? >> in here al. thanks a lot. if you were pumped for the trailer for the new james bond movie, we have a lot more. >> the visit to the set of the film and a first look at what's next from mr. bond. >> production is well under way for spector. >> the 24th installment in the series. >> that has been a long time. >> that promises to reveal new secrets from the bond's past. >> you have a secret. something you can't do because you didn't trust anyone.
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it's exciting and you will top it. we managed to do that. i'm very pleased. >> who are you? >> for more than 30 years, the author of the brain child has come to on the big screen providing the greatest one-liners. countless villains. >> my name is bond james bond. >> the seventh leading man to take on the man of mystery. after much success, bond's biggest hit, director sam mendez returns with the production in mexico city shutting down the main square for days in the larger than life sequence. >> that's the only sequence.
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we have come in and we are recreating the day of the dead. >> filling out the cast the award winner with bond girls stephanie seeingman and leah. there is a lot of speculation that his character is not what he appears to be. that's one of bond's most evil opponents. >> he thinks he is. he is a businessman. he is a visionary and someone who is supplying in his whole existence. they make it a better place. >> even after four films, he hasn't vanished. i was driving around a couple of
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weeks ago. >> here's a factoid for you. stephanie is from mexico the first bond girl ever from that country. while taking on the iconic role. the next time you are playing a trivia game at home you got it. >> james bond. coming up next forget the beach. great travel deals if you are looking for something new to do this summer. first, this is "today" on nbc. what's summer?
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this is coming from gas prices and interest. people are not using this money. >> they have been spending it. i am a huge fan of it and people say they will put that money to work. $3,000 on average. 550 on gas alone. we have money to spend. >> let's take a look at the ideas. first up gutter check up. >> after this winder you really have to check out your gutters and a lot of people suffer through that. the problem with not paying attention is it can really damage the foundation and the outside of your home that can end up costing thousands. basic gutter check ups are going to cost 100 to $200. if you have repairs, you are looking at 200 to $1,000. we are talk about $1500. >> it's an investment and a must do. >> this time of year it's
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chilly in new york. it's time to look at grills. >> the inventoriy is good and the prices are good. places like home depot start running sales. you want to look at a great glal is enough size to serve 20 people burgers. that's about what you will have for the fourth of jlg. you are looking at the webber spirit. if that's too rich for your blood, you can look at the broil king at about half of that. and a big favorite the webber for $99 and a 22 inch grill is fabulous. >> you get several months and get your money's worth. >> exactly. my mom always made the turco that kettle grill. >> a generator. why do people need one? >> again, if you are losing power throughout the storms particularly this winter you may want to invest in a generator. now is the time to buy it. after the storm, about a month
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after the storms is when prices drop and inventoriy is good. stores want to get rid of them. do you need a stand by model or a portable one and how many appliances do you need to power up? go through the house and add them up. >> that's a great idea. 10,000 people without power as a result of the storms. now moving on to a happier topic. summer vacations. >> europe is on sale. it's on sale because the dollar is stronger against the euro than it has been in more than a decade. if you have been dieing to go to paris or spain or italy or greece now is the time to do it. now is the time buy the airline tickets. if you buy airline tickets for overseas you top the do it 150 days out. at the end of august. you will save about $300. >> 50 million people suffer from allergies.
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we have new research that shows that allergy shots can save you about 38% off your health care costs for the year. not to say that the 50 million people are all going to be right, but it's something to talk to your doctor about. >> when you think about how much the tablets cost with the shots. >> when you go to your doctor because you are suffering from allergies. >> great ideas and food for thought. up next you went from america's top cop to prison. kerr nard keric on his time behind bars and why he wants everyone to spend 72
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we are back with former new york ste police commissioner bernard keric.
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he lied to federal authorities and he is writing about the experience and what is wrong with the legal system. it's called from jailer to jailed. my journey to inmate number 84888-054. good to see you. >> thanks. >> you are out of jail coming up on two years in may. but you are on probation until october of next year. what are the terms? what does it mean for your life? >> are most importantly it's in a schultz that hangs over you. it obtains a successful point to a lot of businesses and a lot of companies. they don't want to go near. >> they talked about the professional projection. what has it been like for you? sometimes you feel lost and you probably never will feel whole again. what do you mean by that?
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>> on a personal level, you never go back to where you came from. on a professional level, you are never going to go back. you are diminished for the rest of your life. a felony conviction is a life sentence. we are a country and we knew their systems. once you have a conviction on your record that conviction will last with you frofr. that's a commentary on the justice system. you learned a lot by being in. how did that change.
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we realized we are in prison and incarcerated incarcerated. they learn from their mistakes. bad people do bad things in prison. not violent and what will draw the defenders. they put them in prison for 10 or 15 years. i think it's wrong and the system has to change. the only way is to change the laws. >> in other words, why didn't it occur to you? >> when you are a police officer or a correction official, when you focus on the job you have you don't think about the consequence to your families. you don't really think twhoopz this guy after he is convicted
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of a felony? his personal and professional is annihilated for the rest of his life. you never think about that. it has nothing to do with you. it's the system. >> one of the issues you are on is solitary confinement. it ought to be mandatoriy that every jail and prison official should have to spend 72 hours in the hole to see what what it's like. >> i spent 60 days. two months in solitary confinement. the terrorist wing in the colding center. >> i can tell you that you lose your mind. we do this -- if we do it for national security reasons or threats to the facility or staff, i get it. to put young people in solitary for institutional infractions is
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stupid. >> i have to ask you about your relationship with rudy giuliani through 9/11. he said you were like a brother to him. now as you write, the two of you don't speak. what happened? >> we created distance when the federal investigation began. we distanced ourselves to keep him out of the mix. i never heard from him again. i get it. you want to distance yourself from me, that's fine. he is the godfather of my two younger daughters. i was gone for three years. i wish he would have had the decency to call my wife. are the kids okay? do you need groceries? >> never reached out in three
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years? >> no, sir. >> why do you think that is? there is no benefit to distancing himself from the kids? >> i can't answer for him. that is -- i have respect and love for him and he is a great leader but the reality is i would have handled it differently and he knows it. you were coming on but no comment from his office. always good to see you, sir. the book is called from jailer to jail. this is "today" on nbc.
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we are back with the secrets behind that natural look. the beauty expert here with five tips to keep make up looking light and fresh and natural to our skin tone. good morning and good to see you. >> good to see you too. >> we are seeing this look all over the red carpet. this natural glee celebrities are sporting. >> you think celebrities look gorgeous. they have on make up. we all know this. there is a trick to make you look more natural. >> we have three models and three skin tones. we will start out with a browner darker skin tone similar to mine. >> for jessica it's all about the face.
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if you have on too much foundation it looks cakey. if you mix primer with your foundation. that keeps your make up on longer and makes your pours look smaller and reduce the lines and wrinkles around your eyes. she is mixing it with the moisturizer called complex rescue and a wide array of shades. the technique here is applying a dot to her forehead nose cheeks and chin. she will use a fluffy brush so it looked more airbrushes like it's sitting on top of the skin. five dots. >> how does she pick the color? >> when you go to the store, play around with it. take three shades and play around and see which fade into the skin. if it's too light, you look like a ghost. you top the go with the best option.
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for concealer, take a little bit of powder and put it where you need help. then put on the concealer and it stays on longer. >> perfect. that's a good tip there. i like that. moving on here we have a more medium complex. >> she is teaching us about the eyes. how to open up your eyes. you don't top the go overboard. just take a lash curler and curl it. that's the instant way. i have been on the fence for about ten years. be brave and go for it. it's a lot of fun. after you curl take your shadow and instead of using a powder base use the cream shadow. she is a supplying it to the middle of her eye. that way it doesn't look so stark.
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this is obviously to use eye liner and the inner rim of the water line. this makes it look longer and fuller. before you put on anything take powder and a brush and put it on top. keep your mascara from clumping. >> that's an adhesive. last but not least, a little color by making it stay natural. >> she will demonstrate how to highlight. that's huge right now. it's a huge trend. instead of going with something too bright or nude go within a shade or two of your natural tone. this is a pinky tone here. that would work for anyone.
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you don't want to look matte. that's going to act like candlelight. >> just a nice sheen. >> look at make up and try these. you look beautiful. check them out on today.com. the first photo of carrie underwood's newborn son. he's adorable. first your local news and weather. you look beautif good morning, i'm tracy davidson. let's get your first alert forecast from meteorologist bill henley. >> tracy, we started off with rain and snow and are now looking at cloudy skies. we'll see some sunshine this afternoon but keep an umbrella handy, there's still a chance of wet weather around midday and into early this afternoon. that's a live view from center city. the clouds show the showers to the west.
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we've got some light showers that are moving our way. those light showers, those could be here midday and early this afternoon. but before they get here shall the temperature, it's climbing. 39 now in northeast philadelphia. it's 36 in roxboro. south philadelphia is at 37 degrees. and climbing into the 50s. so the next round of showers we'll only see raindrops. in just a few minutes, opening statements will begin in the corruption trial of six former philadelphia narcotics officers. the undercover officers are accused of beating and robbing drug dealers in a scheme that prosecutors say ran from 2006 through 2012. the alleged ring leader is accused of robbing 15 suspects at gunpoint and dangling one man over an 18th floor balcony. several convictions have been overturned. all six have pleaded not guilty. their attorneys say the drug suspects' criminal background make them unreliable. a philadelphia taxi driver is in custody this morning on suspicion of dui after leading police on a car chase. police tell us they saw the
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driver asleep in his car along delaware avenue. when they tried to wake him he didn't respond so officers broke the glass to get him some help. he woke up drove the wrong way down delaware avenue. drove across the plat bridge and back crashing into a fence on columbus boulevard. he was taken to the hospital for a cut on his head. i'm tracy davidson. we'll have another local update in 25 minutes. you can always get the latest news and weather with the nbc 10 app. it's a free download. now back to the "today" show.
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underwood shows off her new baby and we have the adorable photo. tom brady leaving fans a little nervous. and say yes to a surprise destiny's child reunion. all that and more coming up now. >> from nbc news this is "today's" take with al roker, natalie morales, willie geist and tamron hall live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. >> welcome to "today," it is minute morning, march 30th 2015. a big crowd out on the plaza this morning inside studio 1a. natalie is out this morning on
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assignment. a great vacation. we were in florida for a full week and the kids were doing nothing. that was awesome. it's good to be back over the weekend and we were watching the final four. wisconsin gets kentucky with an awesome game eeked by notre dame in a great game. duke will play michigan state. the only team that is not the final. you can call it an underdog. they beat louisville yesterday. part of the celebration we are trying to find financiers they were chucking bagels around. let us know what's up with the bagels. >> to michigan state, the police tweeted this. guys, what's with the bagels.
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>> and no one replied? with social media you would think the answer would be on twitter. >> high and low. >> how are we doing bracket-wise? >> matt is in first with an asterisk because we know jack. >> lauer is a lauer. we are tied. they flip on a dime. all the ladies were in the league and all the guys responded. >> i have no idea why and i didn't remember who i picked. >> the names i liked.
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>> most people pick ken tuck tow go in. >> i picked wisconsin. >> you picked wisconsin? what does that mean? >> you guys dropped back down? >> wisconsin police can talk to you on monday. most picked kentucky. al and i did well because the rest fall away. you or the awards show. that's my cup of tea. now we are talking. this is my neck of the roads. i heart radio last night had their big awards. this particular a wars show had been taken off. a lot of big moments musically,
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jamie fox the actor comedian and a good singer made a joke about bruce jenner. >> we got groundbreaking performances here too. we have bruce jenner here doing musical performances. he is doing a his and her duet all by himself. >> there was immediate backlash. perez hilton said boo, shame on you for allowing jamie fox to be transphobic on national television. those bruce jenner jokes were wrong. >> you were asking if the tide is turning and people are taking on comments made and taken to social meaddiamedia, one of the reason kathy griffin left fashion police is she didn't want to be forced to say bad things about people.
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>> i think you are right. six months or a year ago, a comment like that wouldn't have gotten much response. people might have laughed about it, but people are saying enough is enough and we will not tolerate it. >> comedians have almost taken an extension and joan rivers said we are all a little too sensitive and as a comedian that's what matee do. >> the reaction will be much bigger than in the past. >> since then they apologized and we will keep you up to date. >> this next one is interesting. so many of us out there and here, if you are a parent you struggle with the dilemma of how much time do you spend with your kids and how much will it affect them and their quality of life. there is a new study that looks
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at both parents and moms. they found that the amount of time they were 3 and 11 it said they have no impact on how they turn out. i find it hard to believe. you have to spend time on this. you try to make that work. this one focused on more on moms. >> it's not an endorsement for a week at a time and being a great parent. if you can find that combination of quality and as much time as humanly possible where i have gotten as a parent. as much as you can.
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that doesn't mean you don't see them for a couple of weeks. the study shows that parents doubled the amount of time now as opposed to quality time. one step passed along and how to make it quality time and not just about the number. >> especially these days. i know i take a look at them. >> don't take the time for granted. we will see you again tonight. make that moment as special. >> it goes back to that. >> it just might be. the cat's in the cradle and the
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silver -- >> he was ready to slide in. >> everybody! the cat's in the cradle and the silver spoon. the middle boy blue and the man in the moon. we'll get together then. >> a lot of daddy issues. very nice. all work on your bookings. exciting news for carrie underwood this weekend. first photo of carrie and her husband mike fisher's baby boy and i love this name. isaiah michael. he has a hockey stick in his hand. of course mike plays for the pred tors predators. isn't that cute? >> great picture. i love that. i missed this ultrasound story. >> we're showed you friday or
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thursday. it appears to show a baby clapping in the womb. the mom, 14 weeks pregnant. >> 14 months is a long time. i'm not coming up. >> 14 months. the mom just fainted that i said that. here's the ultrasound. take a look. >> if you're happy and you know it clap your hands. if you're happy and you know it -- >> that's what happened. that really happened. we were not sure and how amazing is that. we spoke with the couple and they confirmed that the baby did indeed clap two or three times. do you believe that?
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>> the doctor like i said rewound the video. >> still amazing. >> still amazing. >> the baby was clapping. >> the baby was clapping. >> that's amazing. >> . >> that's right. >> the 14 month pregnant baby. >> she is having an elephant for a long time. the clipper comes through with snow and heavy showers and thunderstorms down to the south. look at new york city with a few clouds and sunshine. we do watch for severe weather later today from texas all the way to the panhandle of florida.
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not looking for tornados, but dangerous lightning and hail and wind tomorrow. a wider area stretching from minneapolis to southern good morning, i'm meteorologist bill henley. a damp start. we've seen rain and snow showers. we could see some more rain showers around midday, then we'll clear out with gusty winds. temperatures in the middle to up 50s today. tomorrow a dry start, 35 in the morning and 56 in the afternoon. you'll need your umbrella again tomorrow. showers will be moving through tuesday, but then time for sunglasses for wednesday and thursday. warmer thursday into the 60s and then the rain is back on friday, drying out this weekend. have a great day. of >> and that's your latest weather. >> their son was born with a rare heart defect and not expected to live past birth. now he is 20 years old and his
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mmm dannon. >> the new series do you believe. we posted a survey and found more than half of american adults say they pray regularly and 76% believe prayer can heal. john paul george was born with a half functioning heart and they credit prayer for their son's survival. for this family faith is not in short supply. he was born with hypoplastic left ear syndrome where half of the heart do not function. they turned to prayer, hoping to help theirson.
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he went through three heart surgeries and later had brain surgery to face other set backs and thanked god every day for saving his life. he is now 20 years old, attends college ask is in good health igniting conversation of prayer. they write about their experience in the book heart of a lion. the director of of theology at duke university. such a pleasure. you learned of your son's condition from ultrasound and encouraged to terminate the pregnancy. what made you say no? >> just going back to that day, we knew we had options and the
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only option we foresaw was. >> he had three experimental surgeries. at what point did you turn to faith and start to see the benefits of prayer? >> my parents were very, very religious and because of my parents, my upbringing was faith. i anyhow i could rely on got because god has been with me throughout my life. john paul was born and a priest said to me, let god do what needs to be done for this kid. you know what, he's a miracle 20 years later. what else can i say? >> he's outgoing and has the best personality. we fell in love with you.
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i was going on and on about your outfit and now that you are an adult, you have your own life. >> i try to play every day and thank god for saving my life bakally. if it wasn't for god i wouldn't be here today. i think that we all need god in your lives no matter what religion we are. we need got to help us because got is our only friend and he needs to be with us forever. >> i know you have done a lot of studies about the power of prayer. >> here's an example. we have done a lot of studies and sandwich that lookeda the the role of religious activity
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and the that plays and it seems to help people to have hope and gives them meaning and purpose and helps them to overcome depression which is common when you have to go through a lot of hard experiences. it seems to make a real difference in their lives. >> what do you tell people when they say prayer can heal without medicine. what do you say to those people? >> it's a tough thing to resolve when someone says they want to stop their medication or don't need medicine. it works best when religion and medicine go together. it's a whole picture. we are spirits and social and psychological and visit.
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they all go together. >> before we let you go, you are in college now. what do you want to do when you get out? >> i think police. i think that's what i want to do. god let me live and i want to give something back. >> you wanted to sit here. you did not want to be all the way over there. he wants this seat. >> you earned it. >> he's an angel to us. >> we talk about it in our book and that's the power of prayer. >> the power of prayer. everything will be fine. >> you have a wonderful family. thanks for sharing your story. thank you as well. we appreciate it.
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on the first day you take it. zyrtec®. muddle no more™ . . good morning, i'm chris cato. it is 9:26 on your monday morning. let's check your forecast now with meteorologist bill henley. >> a rainy and snowy start in some areas. it was steady snow first thing this morning in the pocono mountains. the snow has taken a break but we could see a few scattered showers. in fact i'm tracking them to the west. the first line of shower has just pushed offshore. the next not looking all that impressive but don't be surprised around midday early this afternoon if we have light rain showers. before those get here the temperatures already warming. lap cass lancaster is up to 40 wilmington is 38. 37 in roxboro and climbing into the 50s this afternoon.
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today federal investigators will be back at the scene of that deadly plane crash in chester county. the single engine cherokee went down yesterday killing two men. it crashed just minutes after taking off from brandy wine airport. witnesses heard the plane spurt before taking a nosediveful. in just a few minutes from now opening statements are scheduled to begin in the corruption trial of six former narcotics officers. prosecutors say these former officers beat up drug dealers, robbing them of cash and drugs and even selling some of the drugs. the alleged ring leader is accused of robbing 15 suspects at gunpoint and dangling one man over an 18th floor balcony. defense attorneys say the alleged victims' criminal backgrounds make them unreliable. all six have pleaded not guilty. later this morning new jersey senator cory booker will visit a camden charter school. the senator will take questions from students. this comes just days after the camden school superintendent
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announced the district is turning over five of its most struggling schools to charters. we'll be back in half an hour with another update.
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>> per welcome back to "today" on a monday morning. march 30th last night the wwe universe found out who is the biggest dog in the yard. they challenged the world heavy weight champion. >> seth rogen is cashing it all in. both men take home the championship belt. >> let's welcome the new wwe world heavy weight champion. >> how are you?
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>> good morning. hello mr. money in the bank. they don't think this is real. >> this is the real deal and i am the world heavy weight champion cashed in at the grandest stage of them all. i have been mr. money in the bank for nine years or so. any time and any place and i picked the grandest stage of them all. in front of levi's stadium. shouldn't they have to win it fair and square? >> they take them out.
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i'm going to move. >> i inserted myself and i beat them. that's why i'm here with you guys today. >> he has been talking all morning. you ripped this off. >> he has been saying all kinds of things. >> po lightly. you were talking about it. >> he went to a wrestling match rently. >> i was with hulk hogan. >> of course. i was there. >> now you are going back for monday night raw. a lot from wrestle mania. >> how important is the entrance? >> a lot about what we do is in the ring, but also about our character and entrance. with that said, i actually brought a little surprise for you guys. they tell me you are a huge hulk
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hogan fan. you went to the appreciate night and i feel like that. >> . >> look at you. >> she has got on her spunk just like you. this money in the bank he is -- former mr. money in the bank. >> thank you, guys. we are free. >> comedy and weather.
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>> sunshine in the mid-section and record breaking temperatures and hours in the pacific northwest and from texas into parts of when are and lake effect snow with just a few good morning, i'm meteorologist bill henley. a damp start. we've seen rain and snow showers. we could see some more rain showers around midday, then we'll clear out with gusty winds. temperatures in the middle to upper 50s today. tomorrow a dry start, 35 in the morning and 56 in the afternoon. you'll need your umbrella again tomorrow. showers will be moving through tuesday, but then time for sunglasses for wednesday and thursday. warmer thursday into the 60s and then the rain is back on friday, drying out this weekend. have a great day.
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we do need a theme song. this will do and i like the beat. are you ready for me to say it? booty delicious hot picks. >> i don't want to be a part of that. >> who doesn't love the ladies of destiny's child reunited for one incredible performance. they join the former bandimates on stage at the stellar gospel music awards. michelle earned multiple nominations in performance of her song, say yes. she surprised the crowd and tweeted that she had fun keeping the secret. the last time they were together was for the song's music video. before that, woe saw the group at the super bowl and what's your favorite destiny's child
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song. the super bowl champs and giselle's husband tom brady, i would love to hear what you think about this. he jumped off a cliff in costa rica. he said never doing that again, tagging his supermodel wife. the video has over nine million views and tom brady just won his third super bowl in february. he is feeling a bit more relaxed
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and what do you think? >> you can't go skydiving. i don't know where that falls. >> would do you that? >> sure. >> we have to arrange that. i don't believe it until i see it on camera. would you? >> no no no. willie has a b day coming up soon. indiana jones has been released from the hospital after the plane crash. he crashed inheads and he was driving in l.a. on saturday.
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he had a crash landing in 1999 according to "people" magazine. he did a great job of steering that away from people. will this movie be hugh jackman's last? he posted this video of the x man character. wolverine. he could be referring to the sequel. of course we cannot wait for al rocker to jump off the cliff. we will work on it.
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>> we have all had the senior moments when you can't remember where you put your wallet or what you were about to say. >> in the case of overload, forgetfulness is common but when should you be worried about it? the director of the alzheimer's prevention clinic. thank you for being here. before we get to the sense of this, we have this survey of the items that you forget most often. let's put it up. what we were about to say, passwords, cell phone. why do you forget? >> we are living in a world of constant distractions.
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texting and kids screaming in the background. when you don't pay attention, it kind of fades. >> what is happening in the brain when we forget? are. >> something happened from point a to point b. >> when i forget where i put my keys, it st because i'm not paying attention? >> for the most part. what's that guy's name, the good-looking guy, man candy? al. that's normal as we age. as it gets worse and worse, maybe it's not normal. >> when are it's something simple we forget, what should we look out for?
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>> some someone forgets things over and over, they lose something all together. >> sometimes i feel like i am forgetting more, but as your supports increase are you forgetting more? >> it's sensory overload. take a deep breath and relax and try to destress. >> is there something to combat it. >> this is one of the most common and serious forms of memory loss. get educated and learn about the disease. they created an online site. do brain games. i will quiz you on it later. i will ask you a couple of
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nice flavor. you want to take the pomegranate juice. >> how soon should you put the blaze on. you are not going to risk burning it. >> if you put it in too fast the sugar will burn. >> what are cut of lamb are you using? paranormally shoulder. a lot of lamb that has been eat nen eastern in easter is the rack of lamb, but i like to marinate it with thyme, garlic, lemon zest and bay leaf. you want to season it up nicely
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as you seer it in the pan. >> a lot of folks are not crazy about lamb. >> maybe because lent kind of has that gameyness flavor. a lot of restaurants pair it with mint gel tow mask it. >> they have this suspended. >> you want to get the transfer circulating throughout the whole thing. you want to make sure you allow the rest and put the potatoes in where all the flavor is. put a little bit more to make sure it has enough liquid to put the potatoes back in the oven.
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something like that. when you cook it, it falls off the bone. i love that. that's spectacular. >> that's what we say. >> happy easter and the recipe is on today.com. we are back in a moment. this is "today" on nbc. dave: the effect that standardized testing is having on our students is already coming through, it's already showing, and they haven't even taken the test yet. my first-grader came home the other day and cried, because he couldn't - he didn't feel like going to karate practice. after he was done with his work, he said, "mom, i'm just tired," and started to cry. in first grade. what are we doing? what are we doing to our kids?
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good morning, i'm chris cato. it's 9:56. we had some rain even some snow earlier. let's see what's out there now.henley has your forecast. >> a view from the french manor which was a snowy view first thing this morning. the snow has ended, the rain has moved offshore but there's still a few showers in our future moving toward harrisburg. just isolated showers during the
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day. gusty winds this afternoon to 30 miles an hour will help to blow the clouds out of here. 40 right now in reading and lancaster, it's up to 41 in wilmington. today delaware county authorities expect to file charges in the shooting death of an off-duty police officer. mark hudson was shot and killed inside his home on saturday. investigators questioned his girlfriend who was there at the time of the shooting. the police chief tells us she was supposed to be arraigned overnight on charges stemming from a previous domestic incident. we're still waiting for confirmation to see if that happened. we'll update you as soon as we know more. in just a few minutes, leaders in philadelphia will hear testimony about a bill that would make food trucks safer. this comes after that deadly explosion in north philadelphia last summer that killed a mother and her daughter who were working in the truck. the proposed bill calls for regular inspections of food trucks including their propane tanks. last fall several councilmembers tried to get a similar bill pushed through but it didn't make it through council. i'm chris cato.
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we'll have another update in 25 minutes. you can always get the latest news and weather through the nbc 10 app. now back to the "today" show. have a great morning.
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>> announcer: from nbc news, this is "today" with kathie lee gifford and hoda kotb live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. >> ♪ oh now ♪ ♪ i've never been in love before ♪ >> never heard of it. okay, it is funday monday, everybody. it is march 30th. only one more day to go in march. and guess what we woke up to here at least in connecticut this morning? snowflakes! big ones. you just kind of go, it is just not fair. >> i honestly cannot believe this winter. can you? >> we're going to have a great day. we're going to have a great week all week. we couldn't do that without all
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the celebrity scoop in today's buzz, justin timberlake's special message to his wife, jessica. >> we have a special series this week called "do you believe." we're talking about the power of prayer and how it affects children mentally, spiritually and physically. jennifer is going to talk about that. >> i want to apologize to the crowd. the guys right beforehand said we had a great show. i said i didn't see it. and that's true. >> you didn't. >> because i was watching the new "a.d." series. we have mark and -- >> roma. >> -- roma coming up. i wasn't being rude. i was being honest. >> let's be honest. >> i'm always busy. >> we can't. >> we have so much preparation for our show. >> we do. we have to flop our hair and put on our makeup. okay? >> all righty. speaking of kids, how one mom's nagging turned her tweenage son into a "new york times" best-selling author. >> we're going to talk to him. what a cute kid. >> jake marcionette. >> "just jake" is what the series is called.
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you were a very busy girl this weekend, weren't you? >> is it the weekend yet? i had a really fun time. it was a lot of work but a lot of fun because i met so many great people down in the boca raton area. it was the boca bocanale. it was nonstop wine and food. new stuff. >> new stuff. >> new varietial. >> i like it. i like it. >> i think we have some pics. that is heidi sheid. >> i like the top. >> oh hers or mine? >> no yours. >> mine is a little michael kors dress. >> i love it. i love that. >> thank you. heidi just bought it that morning, she said. >> excellent. >> and there we are with the new stuff. >> i love the color of the stuff. >> yes, yes, yes. so how are you? you went to lubbock, texas. >> by the way, lubbock, texas, i'm in love with lubbock okay? the women at this event were crazy. >> they bring it, don't they, hoda? >> i went to give a speech. they filled this room. they were full of love and
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light. they were so much fun. i gave a speech to a bunch of great ladies. a woman named nancy was running the event. she was so sweet. and that's me at the airport. look how pretty. dolled up. >> everybody's coiffed perfectly down in lubbock. >> in rare form. you know, and what was great was they said we have a surprise for you. we want to sing a song. so the entire crowd started singing a song. and they started singing "happy birthday." oh, my god, they think it's my birthday. they sang happy birthday to my dog, blake, because it was his two-year anniversary of being adopted. >> of being adopted by you. >> the whole crowd sang happy birthday to my cute dog. >> i wonder if that would happen in say, chicago. >> i got it. i can't take my eyes off this family, i'm sorry. >> tell us about them, hoda. >> there's a group in the corner. and the older guy is named -- >> the one on the left. >> we called him danny, corey. his real name is dan. he's my brother's closest friend. we lived across the street from him and his siblings since we were kids. we were like, babies. now he's got children, brought
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them to the show. my mom's freaking right now. my brother's freaking right now. my sister and everybody. >> it's nice. >> anyway, welcome to the partay. >> so much back then, a long time ago, they're still friends. >> yes nice. >> all righty. it's another thing i didn't see, the "i heart radio music awards" last night. >> they were live on nbc. they kicked off the show with iggy azalea and jennifer hudson. and they sing this duet called "trouble." it's pretty cool. take a look. ♪ ♪ don't mean a thing to me ♪ ♪ please tell me what it says ♪ ♪ it don't mean nothing to me ♪ ♪ please tell me what it says ♪ >> come on. i love that song. >> what does iggy do? >> iggy does everything. >> she does? i didn't hear her singing. >> she does more rapping and that was her part coming up when
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she was in the cage. >> i'm sorry i missed that. taylor swift was the big winner of the night. she won artist of the year. boy, has she had a year. song of the year for "shake it off." >> she also won best lyrics for a song called a "blank space." a lot of times we sing along with lyrics and we don't get them right. she wanted to clarify one of the lyrics. it's a confusing lyric and see what we know what it is. ♪ tell me when it's over ♪ ♪ if the high was worth the pain ♪ ♪ got a long list of ex-lovers ♪ ♪ they'll tell you i'm insane ♪ ♪ 'cause ♪ >> got a long list of ex-lovers. they'll tell you i'm insane. most people think it's lonely star buck star starbucks lovers. will you play it again? ♪ if the high was worth the pain ♪ ♪ got a long list of ex-lovers ♪ >> got a long list of ex-lovers.
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>> i didn't know it was starbucks lovers. >> i don't know, i think you're right. >> i'm confused. >> i would like to clarify that the line is actually "got a long list of ex-lovers." [ cheers and applause ] i'm very lucky that that line in my song was misunderstood all over the world and had, like eight weeks at number one, so thank you to i heart radio and thank you to the fans. you guys are amazing. >> starbucks lovers? that's what people thought it was? yes. so madonna and taylor sang together, or performed together. performed together. it's interesting. i was wondering if it was going to be a britney moment, a kiss moment or something weird. nothing. ♪ ♪ we'll be two souls in a ghost town ♪ ♪ the world gets cold ♪ >> so taylor played and madonna
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sang. >> taylor is so tall. how tall is madonna? taylor's, like, 6 foot, isn't she? >> i don't think she's 6 foot is she? >> madonna? madonna is. >> taylor's tall, but i don't think she's 6 foot tall. can someone google it when you get a minute? >> everybody's going, she's tall. >> we're going to find out for sure. 5'10". she's tall. great. and how tall is madonna? okay. anyway, this is taking too long. >> maybe it's just their shoes. >> madonna's 5'4", okay. >> and 5'10". and then heels. >> yes. >> this is long. >> yeah. let's talk about a roller-coaster mishap instead, okay? >> this would be the worst. >> i would never go roller coastering anyway much less this time of year. >> it's freezing cold, coney island they opened up the roller coaster for their inaugural ride. it's a wooden roller coaster. >> it's old. it's 88 years old. >> old. well, it went up and then it stalled going up. on one of its -- >> it's called the cyclone.
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>> all right? so after 20 minutes the riders sat up there. they had to climb down the side of the roller coaster. >> wow. what if it had started going just then? >> people were hyperventilating. i think they were a combination of exhilarated and freaked out. i went on that cyclone and it really throws you around and it's old school. it's wooden and it knocks you around. >> life knocks you around. why add to it? >> exactly. >> okay. so a spokesperson at luna park said the historic roller coaster has undergone tests over the past month. they said safety is the number one priority for our guests. yep. luna park. this was an isolated issue. okay, we hope so. >> all right. okay. so there was -- okay, so this mom decided that there was a mom who took her kids to -- dropped her kids off at the movies. i think her daughter or stepdaughter and son in alabama. >> kyesha smith. >> she dropped them off at the
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theater to see "cinderella." when she picked them up, the boy said the girls were being rude and obnoxious, and some lady was upset during the movie. and the woman asked them if they could quiet down because they were being disrespectful. and i guess the woman approached the girls after the movie and said, look, i just want you guys to know my husband lost his job. i brought my daughter to this movie for some quiet time to enjoy a film and you guys kind of ruin it had for us. >> and we don't know when we'll ever be able to see another movie when we don't have that kind of disposable income. >> right. so the mom of the rude girls heard about this. you know what she did? >> i love what she did. >> she posted this note on facebook, on the community facebook. and she said she was disappointed and ashamed of her girls' behavior and she wanted to track down the woman. and so the thing got sent all over the place. >> all over. >> she had the girls write an apology letter. >> good. >> and -- >> and then they have to pay out of their allowance for another movie and snacks out of their allowance in the future. which i think was excellent excellent parenting. >> a lot of parents would say
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who said what to you? >> a lot of them would say, not my girls right off the bat. or then they'd say what did the woman say to you as if the woman is the problem. >> is the one who's the bad person. well, good for the mom. >> so the jefferson county sheriff's office shared the post and that's how they tracked her down. her name is rebecca boyd and she says she was touched to be tracked down. anyway, what do you all think? let us know. >> yeah. people don't like to disappoint other people's kids because they're not quite sure what to say to them or how they might react or what might happen. >> more and more and more in the movies there is such rude behavior now. even if they're not talking, they're on their phone and their lights are going off and you hear buzzing. yeah. >> totally agree. >> all right. we'll go. >> all about our fabulous show, we're going to show you our favorite things, but you'll have to wait until the end of the show, and they're interesting. >> because i guess today's "buzz" is just so much more important that we get to. >> it is. (song "peter cottontail" plays throughout) ♪
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it's time for "today's buzz" when we fill you in on all the celebrity gossip everybody's talking about today. >> here with all the juicy scoop is founder and editor of show bizcafe.com, jack rico. >> i love it when you ladies say that. >> welcome back, jack. i heart radio were you watching? >> yes, last night. >> well justin timberlake. >> yes. >> gave a sweet speech. and we've been waiting to hear a little bit more about the baby that's coming. >> i guess due any day now, huh? >> oh, absolutely. he basically said on national tv, honey, i'm coming home and i can't wait to see the latest -- you know, the creation that we have. >> let's take a look. >> i want to thank my best friend, my favorite collaborator, my wife, jessica at home who's watching. honey, i can't wait to see our greatest creation yet. don't worry, daddy's headed home right now to innovate by learning how to change a poopy diaper and get my swaddle on.
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thank you all. >> get my swaddle on. >> so the baby hasn't been born yet, right? >> no, not yet. it's very uncharacteristic of justin timberlake to open up the way he did. he's usually very private about his life. >> right. >> but exclusively in particular, he's very private about jessica biel's pregnancy. he hasn't said much about it. except for the tweet he put out in january saying we're having a baby. >> it's nice to keep something private and to yourselves. i think that's so important. >> i like when he talks about how he was sort of weird and different. >> there was basically three key revealing moments. one he was referred to as being weird when he was young. and the second one, he thanked his mom. >> yeah. >> for teaching him that being different is a good thing. >> she's a terrific lady. >> she's a terrific lady. >> he said being different helps you make a difference. >> we made a disney movie together years ago. >> you did? >> yeah. first acting debut. it's called "model behavior." so i spent some time with his mom. >> yeah. >> and she was just lovely. she was still right there, boy, watching. >> wasn't she at bobby's wedding? >> yes, yes. >> she was there. okay. we're going to get on with it.
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anyway, back to us. angelina jolie also gave a great speech. let's take a listen and we'll talk about it. >> and then one day i realized something. something i hope you all realize. different is good. don't fit in. don't sit still. don't ever try to be less than what you are. and when someone tells you that you are different smile and hold your head up high and be proud. >> say thank you. that's the idea, to be different. >> and this is her first public appearance after the news "new york times" essay that she did where she was saying basically the process of -- basically the process of removing her ovaries and fallopian tubes to reduce the risk of cancer. one of the more beautiful things is seeing her with shiloh and zahara there together. such a beautiful woman. and everybody was rousing about that speech that she did as well. >> she's turned into quite the human being, hasn't she? >> absolutely. >> justin bieber with whenever
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he shows up, stuff happens. >> the biebs is on the right path now. >> ariannaa grande is doing her honeymoon tour. one of the songs "love me harder," he comes out all the girls go nuts. and unfortunately, he shrubbed edslubbed some of the lines. >> he's human. >> he said he was trying to memorize that for the last hour. but you know, it's kind of hard sometimes to do. >> it is. >> so he alluded in an instagram and a tweet that he's not done yet, miami. and this is regarding a "usa today" interview he had done where he says he's redoing his album and working with kanye and rick rubin as producers. if you know anything about rick rubin he's a legend, one of the most important producers of the last 20 years probably. you. >> think he'll make a comeback? >> absolutely. tonight there's a tv show, a roast on bieber. >> that airs tonight finally. >> that airs tonight. >> you know what else he said in this interview in "usa today,"
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he said he's changed the people that he hangs out with now. >> absolutely. >> remember when we were talking about that. it was obviously a bad crowd. and i'm so glad he's done that. >> yes. >> the beginning of wisdom, baby. >> we have time for the last one. jon stewart. who's going to take his place? >> trevor noah. >> who? >> exactly. not many people know about him but you will from now on. he's 31 years old, just taking over. south african. he's been a senior international correspondent at "the daily show" since december. >> he'll be known to jon's crowd, right? >> to jon's crowd. and the word on him is that he brings a very unique point of view. he's wickedly funny and he's an enormous talent. and today he just tweeted out basically that there will never be another jon stewart, but with the help of "the daily show" team that this is going to be one of the best. >> you can't beat the original. >> thank you so much. we appreciate it. >> thank you so much. the power of prayer and could religion be linked to higher i.q.? and it could be your mother
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ask if enbrel, the number one biologic medicine prescribed by rheumatologists, can help you stop joint damage. ♪ now it is time to surprise our "fan of the week"! >> drum roll, please. >> we're going to spin the globe! >> and it's landed in eureka springs, arkansas. >> where our fan, chris rodgers watches us on knwa channel 51. >> hi chris. >> hi, chris. >> hi. >> who's with you there? >> what? >> who's next to you? >> i'm her daughter, becky. >> hi. how are you? >> all right.
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we're going to tell everybody why chris was chosen, okay? >> she's a professional hairstylist and owner of a busy bridal shop. and she tunes into our show every day before she goes to work. since she's been styling for 20 years her favorite segment is, of course "ambush makeover." >> maddy is a freshman in high school. even though she can't watch every day with her mom, she records it and watches it when she gets home. we want to thank you for tuning in. >> now it's time to put your fandom to the test. you'll have 15 seconds to guess. you need to answer correctly so you can win the big prize okay? >> okay. >> all right. i can barely hear them. >> which "today" show contributor contribute contributor sits next to louis licari during "ambush makeover"? >> jill martin or bobbie thomas? >> eliana. >> good try. >> wait, lil'iana has done it a couple of times. >> so has bobbie. that's okay because i think
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she's still winning the prize. we've done it before. >> we're going to check with the nbc lawyers, and they're saying oh, no! they're saying no. let's check. >> yeah. all right. don't worry, though. because we know how much you love the show. you're a devoted fan. so we're going to make sure that you don't leave empty-handed. we're going to send you a package of great goodies. you guys are going to love them so keep an eye out for them, all right? >> thank you so much. >> thank you. >> bye-bye. thank you. don't worry. we love you. >> gee that didn't go as well as we were hoping it would. don't go anywhere, everybody. we're going to share our favorite things coming up. and should there be a kids' table at your holiday feast? >> and do you wash dishes before or after your guests leaves? >> find out what mr. manners has to say about it coming
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wind picking up as expected helping to clear things out this afternoon. a gust up to 30 miles an hour. look at that view. even the camera is shaking. that's from center city. 15-mile-an-hour wind in philadelphia. expect that to be climbing along with temperatures 41 in philadelphia. 30s for trenton, mount holly and atlantic city. the clouds will be breaking this afternoon. gusty winds still a slight chance of an isolated shower early this afternoon. >> thank you bill. later today we can find out the identities of two men killed in chester county plane crash. federal investigators will be back at the crash site in goshen township trying to figure out why the plane went down. witnesses said they heard the plane sputter before it took a nosedive. today delaware county authorities expect to file charges in the shooting death of off duty darby borough police officer. they questioned his girlfriend there at the time of the shooting. hudson was a four-year veteran of the department and worked as
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a volunteer firefighter since he was a teenager. in 30 minutes phillies will talk about enhanced security measures. for the first time all fans will be required to use walk through metal detectors before they are allowed to enter the stadium. last year at one gate only as part of a pilot program. part of a mandate all fans subject to metal detection screen. i'm vai sikahema. we'll have a full hour of news in 30 minutes. you can always get weather on the nbc 10 app. we'll see you in half hour.
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we're back with more of "today" on this funday monday. this week many of you will gather around the table for an easter feast or passover. >> but who sits where and who cleans up, and should there be kids at the table? with so many questions we turn to the expert for advice, mr. manners himself, thomas p. farley. >> nice to see you again. >> hello. >> nice to be back with us. >> thank you for being with us today. >> a lot of times you bring something along with. should you -- is there something you should bring? is wine okay or flowers or something? >> should you always bring something? or can you send it afterwards? >> so two things. first you want to make sure you offer to bring a dish. the host may decline. you can still bring something but just make sure it's not a scene stealer. don't bring the giant bunny cake that's going to steal the thunder of the host.
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>> but also, if they don't ask, i mean, if the guests don't say can i bring something, is it okay for the host to say, hey, would you mind also bringing that fantastic pie you made last time? is that okay? >> that's the key. so you don't want to have them bring the main course, obviously. you don't want to ask them to make something they've never done before. but if it's something you can kind of feed their ego a little bit, everybody loves your salad. could you bring that? >> we have a table full of lovelies. >> yes, we do. >> we have addi who is so stinkin' cute. along with mom, susan and dad, mike. susan, of course is one of our producers on the show. okay. so let's pretend -- >> look at her. >>my addi! >> okay. sometimes kids need to be distracted. thank you. is it okay to give a phone? an ipad or something just to keep -- thank you. keep her occupied? is that okay? >> here's the thing. parents may do without iphones and ipads at the table for all of recorded history.
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exactly, exactly. so although it's a nice, easy thing to do, i'd recommend against it because you'll be going down a slope that it's hard to turn back. >> mm-hmm. they're going to want it the next day. >> should you have kids at the table in general? addi can always come. >> or should you have a separate kids' table where they can do their thing and draw? >> with a baby as cute as addi, i don't know how you separate yourself but for older kids, i think it can be a great option especially if you've got multiple children. it gives them a nice chance to bond and a good chance to have some adult time. >> what do you guys do if addi has a little freak-out? >> probably just walk away from the table. >> i wasn't quite sure. okay. what about the passing thing? >> yeah. you're only supposed to pass to the right? >> yeah, this started because the guest of honor would always be seated to the host's right. so the guest of honor would get the plate first. that's where it began. >> oh. where you are, to my right. where i am to him. so we're all guests of honor. >> you're my right-hand woman
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here in this case. >> okay. >> so the other thing is when you pass to the right it gives the person the opportunity to grab with the left and then serve themselves with their right hand. if they're right-handed so it makes it a little easier. >> anybody here left-handed? kate? >> kate's not. >> what about dishes and such? >> so washing the dishes, certainly i think everybody should take turns clearing their own plates. you don't want a mass exodus where everybody's going to the kitchen. by the same token, you should really have everybody chipping in. exactly. >> what about the washing of them? >> you know this is a tough thing for the host, right? you want to be present for your guest. but at the same time, you need to be clearing the table. you need to be keeping that kitchen clean for the next course. >> right. >> so i'd say if you have a helper, have the helper come in and do a little bit of washing with you. >> what about dessert? should you serve dessert, like, right away? or should we get up and get coffee or do you just bring it right on? >> at a meal like this you need some digestion time. right after dinner is a great chance to do your egg hunt, to do a little walk, some sporting
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activities. have some fun. work off the food. and then come back. and if you've got somebody that's got a super sweet tooth, have little dishes of jelly beans around so they can feed themselves. >> if kate won't leave and the party's over, how do you get people -- how do you get people to exit after dish's over? >> i've got the perfect -- >> kate will drink every glass of wine you've got in that house. >> the perfect line is you say oh, my goodness, we have so many wonderful leftovers. kate, what can i send you home with? okay? this bottle's for you. >> thank you. >> thank you, everybody. how about addi? give it up for little addi. all righty. the power of prayer and the science behind how it's affecting your children. plus, the youngest author ever to hit "the new york times" best-seller's list. >> how 15-year-old jake marcionette became a novelist at 12.
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now to our special series "do you believe?" over the next few days we'll try to understand what it means to have faith and be spiritual. >> today we're asking the question does prayer work? the "today" show surveyed over 1,500 people and more than half of them say they pray. and nearly 70% of those who do pray say they do it every day. but does the same go for kids? >> so we decided to send our good friend jenna bush hager out to find out more. hey. >> this was if you. i had the chance to sit down with some very special kids. and i asked them if they prayed and whether they consider themselves spiritual. let's just say they had a lot to say. ♪ >> we have a problem, he says come. come to me as you are. >> i pray five times a day. it's a way i worship god. >> i feel more spiritual when i'm meditating. >> reporter: for so many a relationship with god or a deep
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spirituality is an important part of their lives. and modern science has taken notice. lisa miller a columbia university psychologist and author of the new book "the spiritual child" has spent over a decade researching the impact of religion and spirituality. >> here we have maps of the human brain. and what we can see here in red are all of the regions of the brain where there is a thicker cortex in people with a strong personal spirituality. it doesn't matter what religious denomination they are. >> reporter: the cortex is associated with i.q. the thicker, the better. a thinner cortex is associated with depression and alzheimer's. who benefits the most? kids. studies show they're 40% less likely to abuse substances and 60% less likely to be severely depressed as teens. if they have faith or are spiritual.
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>> it can be allah, god the universe, but some type of personal relationship with a higher power is more protective against mental health problems and suffering than anything known to the medical or social sciences. >> reporter: and miller says prayer plays a role. so how can we -- is prayer part of your daily life? >> yes. prayer is a way to communicate with god. it's something essential for me. when you pray to god it's not something that you have to have something in your head, but basically have god there all the time. >> reporter: raise your hand if you think you can be spiritual but not religious. mm-hmm. kind of. >> i'm spiritual but i don't consider myself to be religious. my father is jewish and my mother is catholic, but i don't practice religion in any way. i meditate. sometimes i speak to god. and i don't even know if i believe in god. so it's spiritual but it's not organized in any way for me. >> i am also not very religious,
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so i actually find to get through times at school you know i love soccer. when i'm playing soccer, i think somehow that helps me clear my mind. >> reporter: so would you consider yourselves spiritual? >> yeah. >> reporter: anybody else want to comment? yes. >> so my religion, islam and us muslims pray five times a day. before we pray we do, like, a spiritual where you do like a wash before you start praying. it's kind of like overlap for us. >> reporter: so you're spiritual and also religious? >> right. >> reporter: whether talking to god or finding your own personal spirituality modern-day scientists now have proof of something our ancestors may have always known. prayer can help protect our kids. >> praying five times throughout the day reminds me why i'm still here.
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>> when i'm meditating i think about life in general. >> i feel secure. >> when i pray, i pray to god because he is the light into my life. >> you know, kids are so sweet. >> it was amazing. and one of the little girls maddie said she was being bullied at school and she, of course, prayed and it helped her get through it. she asked her mom if she could be baptized herself. >> wow! >> and it shows that having faith or being spiritual can help guide you. >> and it's a place to take whatever's ailing you. >> great. you were great with those kids, too. >> you should have more of them. >> she will. >> and i might. >> tomorrow on "do you believe" we're delving into the question, who is god today? all right. here's something else your kids may enjoy doing. >> reading the newest book by 15-year-old jake marcionette. sorry about getting his name wrong before. we're going to hear all about it right after this.
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all right. many of you out there may one day have dreamed of writing a book but imagine if you wrote your first manuscript at the age of 12. now imagine that same kid wheeling and dealing his way into one of the most prestigious literary agencies in new york and becoming a "new york times" best-selling author! >> well that 12-year-old is now 15 years old and his name is jake marcionette. >> he is out with his second book called "just jake 2 dog eat dog." jake, welcome. >> thanks for having me. >> how did it all come about? you have an awesome mom we hear. >> i do have an awesome mom. i like to call my mom the italian tiger mom. a lot of pasta, academics, and it really started for my mom strongly encouraged -- forced, she forced me and my sister to write when i was younger. at first i hate it had, couldn't stand it. then i really started to get into it as another way i can express myself. then eventually i just got really serious.
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it became my passion and i took it more seriously. >> yeah, you don't have any trouble with it now. >> yeah, it really took off from there. >> good for you, mom. >> did you know he had a talent right away a writing talent? >> it kind of developed over time. so when he was little, he was literally doing pictures "i hate writing." >> wow. >> it definitely developed. >> but it develops your imagination doesn't it? you had stories you wanted to tell. are you talking about yourself, obviously this is you. >> yeah. >> the lead character. >> it's based on myself. >> write what you know. >> yes. >> a lot of young kids want to do what you're doing. so some kids came in and they've got some questions for you. all right first up is briggs. go ahead with that question. >> my name is briggs and i want to know where you get your ideas for your books. >> where do you get the ideas? >> i get my ideas from middle school. i went to middle school, and i am really observant. middle school is a funny place. a lot of great things happen. and i think my biggest skill is my eavesdropping skills. okay. i really mastered them. i'm more of a traditionalist. i like to crouch the funnel.
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got to have the funnel. it's an information to the ear. get down, try to listen to things. >> you passed from middle school. >> i get my notebook out, write anything that's funny. i get a lot of ideas. >> were you popular in school or no? >> was i popular in school? i would say i wasn't the most popular kid. i had a good group of friends. it just wasn't really important to me. >> what do they think of you now? >> what do they think of me now? >>
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always ask yourself if you have free time, what are you doing with your free time? >> good. >> is this going to help you in the future propel you to what you want to do? that's the thing i always ask myself. i'm not saying there's no time for down time. i love having free time. but you've got to manage it. >> we've got to go to the next question, jake. this is big. the next one please. >> when you write about do you get in trouble by your real older sister? >> define trouble, okay? at this point in my mouse holdhousehold,
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i'm looking over my shoulder. my sister, she's shifty. she's really shifty. but i would say i think my sister's really great. over time we've definitely had some tense dinner conversations. but i definitely think now she's really into it. she's really helping me. she's very supportive of me. i love my sister. she's great. but right now she has bigger fish to fry, guys. she's going to prom, okay? it's all about what dress she's going to wear. lexy, i'm team green. green dress. >> no, she's not here. you remind me of one of those guys on cable tv that sells stuff. >> i would buy it. i would definitely buy it. >> you are terrific, jake. congrats. >> thank you so much. >> and mom, excellente. >> good job. if you leave now, you won't find out what our favorite things are. >> stick around. but first this is "today" on nbc.
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